65. You'd better + (verb)
i) "You'd better hurry if you want to catch the train." (In this case, the speaker is warning the listener that they will miss their train if they don't move quickly.)
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You'd better study for the test if you want to pass.
You'd better leave now if you want to avoid traffic.
You'd better apologize before it's too late.
You'd better save some money for emergencies.
You'd better wear a warm jacket, it's cold outside.
You'd better not be late for the meeting.
You'd better take care of your health by eating well and exercising.
You'd better be careful while driving on the icy road.
You'd better call your parents to let them know you're okay.
You'd better double-check your work to avoid mistakes.